The characteristic of being infrequent; rarity; irregularity; scarcity.(noun)
The state of being unfrequented; isolation; seclusion.(noun)
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Use "infrequency" in a sentence
"After all, since churches risk losing their tax-exempt status for engaging in express advocacy on behalf of a partisan cause but not advocating for or against nonpartisan ballot initiatives, perhaps we should not be surprised by the infrequency of politicking over the pulpit."
"CNN reports the special tournament called the "The Quicksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau" a legendary lifeguard and surfer has only been held seven times in 26 years due to the infrequency of adequate waves."
"Terrorists were a victim of their own success on 9/11; I think a big factor in the nonexistence/infrequency of attacks on American soil is that they feel like it has to be an impressive attack."